4 thoughts on “Are you happy with OLX.ph?

  1. Hi, A.I!

    I’ve heard that OLX is working on something new for sellers like us.

    It is now in beta.

    You may try it by going to https://business.olx.ph

    It’s nice actually. Although still not perfect but, iba na ui nya and all

  2. @callalista

    Wala yan sa ganda ng user interface (UI). Given that olx still wants to charge based on the amount you are selling (provided of course one surpasses their free ad limits per category) DESPITE the fact it is NOT YET SOLD, then that is called greed. Ebay.ph does it better because you can post with no charges (except if your buyer uses Paypal of course). Mybenta.com is gaining momentum and improving too. You also have Facebook that is also free.

    Don’t believe me that OLX wants to charge you to post an ad? Just check their faq link below
    Don’t mind that the main domain is zendesk, OLX is using Zendesk to handle their online customer care service much like how Xend uses Zendesk too.

    personal advise as a seller…yeah post in OLX and pay up to the amount you are willing but never never think that the OLX that exists now is there to help you. They used to care when they were still Sulit and owned by Filipinos but now that it is owned by an international company, then the sole purpose is to PROFIT. Don’t take greedy folks seriously. Ikaw lang ang talo. There are so many options out there. If you want to be serious, just invest on yourself and create your own website. Or find sites where you can post for FREE. And remember true free not free with limits and charging based on percentage like what OLX.ph wants. Good luck!

  3. It’s frustrating that OLX no longer provides free listing in Services category. Fortunately, there’s http://www.serbida.com/ which is a classifieds ads solely for services. But of course OLX has more users and more popular but isn’t it that they became popular because of free ads they initially offered?

  4. OMG OLX!, i have been your seller for more than 2 years and then just recently, this PJ of admin support is requiring receipts for all the items i posted. They approved the posting of the items then suddenly suspended my account on the ground that i cannot show proof of authenticity or legitimacy because i can’t submit receipts. This one they insist as a condition before activating my account, instead of answering the following questions:
    1. Which rule or guideline states that items for sale must be supported by receipts?
    2. What if the item/s im selling are gifts or items i have bought and used but didn’t keep the receipts of? Also, ukay shops in Baguio don’t issue receipts.How else could i prove legitimacy of the items?
    3. Are you requesting all seller to do the same? my own son and friends who are OLX seller say “no”.
    Saang website mo ba binili or dinownload yang utak mong makitid PJ???

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s